Korea Queer Film Festival

Place: Seoul, South Korea
Website: https://kqff.co.kr
Facebook: @kqcfkqff
Twitter: @kqcfkqff
Instagram: @kqcfkqff

Since our founding in 2001, Korea Queer Film Festival (KQFF) is an annual event held in Seoul, Korea, as part of the Seoul Queer Culture Festival (SQCF)—the largest LGBTQ+ festival in Korea visited by more than 150,000 people. Starting from a small screening event, KQFF has achieved significant growth, programming more than 70 films last year and marking its 20th anniversary next year. As a non-profit organization run by volunteers, the mission of KQFF is to celebrate diversity and develop cultural resources for the LGBTQ+ community, bringing the queer’s voices on screen. KQFF works as the public sphere for cultural/political agendas, including anti-discrimination law and its legislation, the possibility of identity politics, and irregularities in social structures.


12/12/2020 – 21st Korea Queer Film Festival – Call for Entry 2021 | Call for Entry

05/26/2019 – We the Animals will open the 19th Korea Queer Film Festival

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